While we can’t physically gather with our college families for seder, that’s not stopping us from creating a meaningful Passover experience for our Jewish students. We’ll be providing digital resources, including Haggadot, educational video tutorials, and interactive cooking demos, as well as offering soup and matzah deliveries for students in need in the Triangle. We're frequently updating this page, so check back for more links and resources in the coming days!
The Virtual NC Hillel Passover Guide on Youtube (including all the steps of the Seder!)
The NC Hillel Passover Cookbook!
Do you find yourself planning a virtual family seder for the first time? Find out how to truly make this a night different from all other nights! Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Hold a Zoom Seder... a Zeder!
NC Hillel Virtual Events
Passover Cooking with Tam and the Fam, April 2 at 3pm Crafting a Seder with the Things You Have in Your Quarantine Home, April 5 at 5pm Leading Your Own Passover Seder, April 6 at 7pm
Spiritual Passover Prep, April 7 at 5pm Prince of Egypt Watch Party, April 12 at 7pm Matzah Pizza Night, April 13 at 5:30pm Virtual Afikomen Hunt, April 7-April 14
Online Haggadot: Seder2020: a compilation of Haggadot resources so that there is a downloadable PDF for every type of person whether you are interested in social justice, LGBTQ rights, or musicals.
JewBelong: A slightly sarcastic, but extremely relevant Hagaddah, perfect for a seder whether it is your first time participating in one, or you are just looking for something new. A Chocolate Haggadah:
Skip the main seder meal and go straight to dessert in this chocolate seder. Come prepared with your sweet tooth.
The Jewish Federation Haggadah
Other online resources: A Different Pesach: Ideas for Solo and Small Sedarim
How to Host a Virtual Seder by Hey Alma How to Cook for Passover During the Coronavirus Crisis Passover Fun at Home (resources, including digital Haggadot, complied by a UNC student!)
As always, we are committed to supporting our students near and far in observing Passover, including those who are leading seders for their families for the first time and those who have to observe the holiday while physically alone. (All this is in addition to our robust virtual program NCHillel@Home.)